On November 4, 2014, Tribal Tech staff working at the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) participated in the Department of Health and Human Services Native American Heritage Month celebration. Bianca Williams (Lummi Nation), Program Specialist on the ANA contract designed the art work used for the invitation and event program. The event’s theme was Impacting Healthy Native Youth. The celebration was opened by Dennis Zotigh, (Kiowa, San Juan Pueblo and Santee Dakota Indian), Museum Cultural Specialist at the National Museum of the American Indian. Dr. Yvette Roubideaux, M.D., M.P.H. (Rosebud Sioux Tribe), Indian Health Service Director gave the Leadership Remarks and motivational speaker Chance Rush (Hidatsa Tribe, and Dakota, Arapaho, Otoe and Oneida descendent) was the Keynote Speaker. It was widely attended by members of many of the Health and Human Services operational divisions. Two of ANA’s grantees were also highlighted at the event. As part of the cultural presentation, Mardella Costanzo (Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina), Program Specialist on the ANA contract, performed traditional dance along with Cinnamon Spear (Northern Cheyenne Tribe) and Chelsea Fish (Seminole Nation of Oklahoma). Ms. Spear works at the Indian Health Service and Ms. Fish works at the National Council of Urban Indian Health.